Adedola Aderonke, popularly known as Ashabi Olorisha, recently opened up about a sensitive aspect of her personal life, shedding light on an intimate experience with her son’s father. In an interview with Biola Bayo on the talk show “Talk to B,” the Yoruba actress shared the details of how she found herself entangled in a romantic encounter with her baby’s father.
Aderonke clarified that, during that period, she was already in a committed relationship, emphasizing that her connection with her son’s father was initially rooted in friendship. The revelation adds a layer of complexity to the narrative, as it unfolds against the backdrop of existing emotional ties and commitments.
The actress explained that their close friendship was a contributing factor to the proximity between them, ultimately leading to a situation where she found herself engaged in a physical relationship with her son’s father. Aderonke’s account suggests a level of confusion and perhaps vulnerability, as she expressed being unaware of the circumstances that led to the intimate encounter.
The disclosure brings attention to the intricate dynamics of personal relationships, highlighting the challenges individuals may face when navigating complex emotional terrain. Aderonke’s willingness to share such personal experiences on a public platform like “Talk to B” contributes to a broader conversation about the complexities of human relationships and the unexpected turns they can take.
As this story unfolds, it prompts reflection on the delicate balance between friendship and romantic involvement, offering insights into the unpredictable nature of interpersonal connections. Aderonke’s candid revelation invites empathy and understanding, sparking discussions on the intricacies of personal boundaries and the importance of communication in navigating complex relationships.
She claimed that their closeness caused her to become pregnant and that she will never be able to explain how they had s+x.
“I was in a relationship, but my baby father charmed me to have s+x with me (And u conceived my only child, after years of waiting)”.
“My son’s father was just my friend, he didn’t toast me. We were just friends and I had my own boyfriend, who was a Major in the Army, and there was another man who my family wanted me to marry because he is from Ikorodu.
The first time I slept with my friend, I got pregnant. I didn’t even know what led us to get intimate, cause my mother didn’t like him because of his tr!be”.
The Yoruba actress, who has since relocated to the US, broke down in tears as she spoke about the challenges her son faced in the UK because he didn’t have papers.
She disclosed that he was squatting with his cousin, who got married to a Muslim and her husband made the house hell for him as he tried forcing him into their religion.
“My son suffered because I was in the US, I didn’t have papers, my son was also in the UK and he didn’t have papers and he was leaving with my cousin.
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